Pere 30 2011

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PERE’s ranking of the 30 largest private equity real estate firms in the world

Methodology e PERE 30 measures equity raised between 1 January 2006 and mid-April 2011 for direct real estate investment through closed-ended, commingled real estate funds and co-investment vehicles that sit alongside those funds. e vehicles must give the GP discretion over the capital, meaning club funds, separate accounts and joint ventures are excluded from the ranking. Also excluded are funds with strategies other than value-added and opportunistic, such as core and core-plus, as well as those not focused on direct real estate, like fund of funds and debt funds, and funds where the primary strategy is not real estatefocused, such as general private equity.

Change is in the air
Consolidation, business exits and strategic shifts among general partners begin to manifest themselves in the 2011 ranking
While the full e ect may not be completely evident yet, the main theme reverberating through this year’s PERE 30 ranking is change. Many of the rms that comprise the list are going through a transformation, whether it is acquiring competitors to achieve greater scale or gain access to a region, scaling back operations or exiting the business completely in the wake of the recent downturn and expected reforms or just adjusting strategy to take a new approach to investing and fundraising. Some of these changes already have a ected the standings, while others will take another year or two to have a noticeable impact. Among the top three rms – e Blackstone Group, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing and Tishman Speyer – each has maintained its standing in the ranking, although fundraising totals for all three have declined by sizeable amounts. Much of this can be attributed to mega funds from the 2005 vintage falling o under the ranking’s ve-year fundraising window. e phenomenon also a…...

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